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believe many westerners that the koran teaches that christ was born of a virgin. >> a lot of american churches would be better off if they believed as much as the imam did, the christian churches in america, yeah. >> you mean that there is a rejection@of jesus as being
are helping those who have fled the fighting, demonstrating the love of christ to malians, like little sarah here, who won't be returning home any time soon. gary lane, cbn news, amoko, mali. >> wendy: to learn how you can help "operation blessing," check out our website, cbnnews.org. >> george: coming up, north korea is led by an angry regime with deadly intentions. we'll show you how christian workers are trying to soften up the kingdom. >> wendy: welcome back. north korea shocked and angered the world by testing a nuclear bomb this week. experts say the detonation was twice as powerful as the last test in 2009. the united nations condemned the nuclear test, and in washington, leon panetta called it a serious threat to the united states. experts worry the regime is closer to developing a warhead small enough to be mounted on a long-range missile, bringing the u.s. west coast within striking distance. the communist regime in north korea is also one of the world's worst offenders when it comes to religious freedom. >> george: and for christians in particular, practicing their faith could mea
is really traditional. you'll always see a depiction of christ because we want christ to be emphasized at all times, that he is the center of our life. [music] all who view this tape will come to a better appreciation of byzantine art, byzantine or orthodox architecture-- even though it might be contemporary, it has byzantine features-- and come to a deeper understanding of what means to know that art and architecture are not just things that came from the west. much of what we have today came from the east. it's very nice to see you. well, thank you very much for graciously allowing us to experience this wonderful building. indeed, a wonderful building. it's a pleasure. and god bless all of you. - thank you. - and i wish you the very best. thank you. [music] at this time, i'd like to continue the tour through this wonderful building. but before i do that, i would like to give you a historical backgrod which i think is essential for the understanding of byzantine art. we need to understand byzantine history. the roman-- in fact, the byzantines consider themselves to be the descendants
this way, he's like, "you know what? i come to realize i'm jesus christ and i can do anything i (bleep) want to." and, "watch this!" bam! and he smashed into some (bleep) guy and pinned right there between that (bleep) truck. [laughter] >> stephen: yes, the driver said he was jesus and plowed into a worker from a power company. folks, this is why the lord is your co-pilot, not behind the wheel. [laughter] now, normally, if a driver claims to be jesus, police will pull him over and make him walk a straight line on water. [laughter] but the cops hadn't arrive yet, so a bystander ran over to help. >> he just kept saying he was jesus christ, and he was going to save all of us, we just have to get-- he used the "n" word, meaning black people and that-- he said we need to get them off of the earth. he put me in a bear hug and started beating the crap out of me. >> stephen: ok, i think it's safe to assume two things. one, that this driver isn't really jesus. [laughter] and two, not a packers fan. [laughter] [cheers and applause] so kai, our hitchhiker with the axe, who i will remind you is th
the body of christ is us, the followers of jesus. >> stephen: of course, you are what you eat. if we take the eucharist we become the body of christ. >> we don't consume him, he consumes us. >> stephen: he said this is my body this, is my blood. >> there he was in his body. he said eat this bred, it's my body. he didn't say take a chunk out of my arm or tap my blood. [laughter] >> stephen: if jesus is in heaven and on earth how can they be in two place as the once. >> it's the trin jit a mystery. >> stephen: the eucharist is also a mystery. >> no, it's a fake. [ laughter ] >> stephen: let's get back to priests. >> yes. >> stephen: surely you had some good experience with priests. >> many. >> stephen: are you calling them fool? >> they are brothers in christ as long as they don't pretend to do the impossible they do wonderful things. >> stephen: christ rose from the dead. >> yes. >> stephen: how can you accept that and not accept that god can work through the priest top transsub stan shiite. >> nothing in the bible -- >> stephen: upon this rock i build my church and the gates of hell shoul
, look at me conforming myself to the passion and death and resurrection of jesus christ. benedict xvi has made a decision that the church needs something that he cannot give so he should get out of the way. he should retire into the background. that, as ann just indicated and liz mentioned and i mentioned and he mentioned, is another way to bear the cross of christ. and i think it was a very strikingly personal last statement to the church. i'm not leaving you. and thank you for not leaving me. >> we heard the loud applause there, the pope was delivering the message in spanish, the church has seen growth in latin america, seen growth in africa, leading to questions, father, about his success so, whether it could be someone who is from africa, from latin america, maybe even dare we say, north america. >> could well be. the church certainly has shifted, as you say, it's suffering in western europe, yet there are 61 cardinals from europe. the college of cardinals that will be voting. the church is exploding in latin america, africa and parts of asia. there are some viable candidates. so,
of jesus christ, to be one. the church to be one. >> reporter: and what bible verse encourages the new pope when he faces difficulties and dispair? he says it is 1 corinthians 13: 8. >> love never ends or fails. everything must be based on love. it is between two friends. my ministry, my serving. the church in every field must be based on love. why? because god is love. >> reporter: he desires prayer for egypt as christians stand on the promises of the book of isaiah, 19. >> this chapter, le bless my people, egypt. >> george: bless my people, egypt. great get, gary. what didn't the pope answer your question about shari'a law in the constitution? >> because he is smart. he is very careful about what he says. traditionally, the popes have not wanted to be political. they strictly dealt with spiritual matters and that is safe. because in egypt, if you say something that offends people, they accuse you of blasphemy and throw you in jail. >> george: do you get a sense from the images that we saw on the anniversary, there is another revolution brewing against mohammed morsi? >> yes. and thousands
jesus as a human being. just who was jesus christ and how does he fit in the 21st century? we'll ask yahya hendi, muslim chaplain, georgetown university. and mark edward dever, baptist, southern baptist church. >>> welcome, welcome, imam, and welcome pastor dever. i want to talk about and present the proposition that the economic condition of any nation has profound impact on all phases of social living, cultural living, and spiritual -- the spirituality of the era. and we'll develop that as weo along. in the 1960 we had a wave of economic expansion and it produced something called the "age of aware just." and the age of aware just spawned the number of exotic religions, including zen buddhism and hindu meditation and from there into the jesus freak youth movement which swept through the ranks of the drug-depleted and sex-sated surfers of california and and from there into the jesus freak youth movement which swe . now, imam, do you detect any impact of the affluence of today on the spirituality of your -- your flock? >> indeed. i do believe that if i were to go back 20 years or see
christ. it doesn't belong to the man. it's not about the man who's the pope. it's about an office that was established by god in order to bring to help the church have unity and to guide the church throughout the tum multis of history. there's been a lot of tumultuous periods in the history of the church. but by making this statement or making this move, this decision, the pope is reminding us, well, it's not the pope that runs the church. it's really god. we really believe that the pope is the work of god. and benedict has been reminding us that he -- >> he's also been given remarkably personal insights particularly in the audience about this decision that was made, that when he was chosen back in 2005, he wondered why this was being asked of him. he felt it was a great weight that was being placed on his shoulders and i can tell having gone to both the audience and the mass there in rome on ash wednesday, he looked to me like a man who was so at peace with his decision and he looked like the weight of the world had listen lifted off his shoulders, whatever prayer and considerati
and breath is sweet and we can love like this for hours. i can find christ in your body. this too must be constructed and killed bike on television with pain and blood that's beautiful like a red refer. you made me into a woman and i surend erred into it a man-made into a woman and returned. but you don't want to my bed this is the metal cloth you are chained to in the polytechnic. and i do we do it slowly with timed extensions of christ, his face removed and his penis removed the maggets and the wounds the teeth and hair weeks before he is your christ in the black pit with you. each day becomes eternity of days the sun never sets or rises the light bulb on a wire as i burn you 117 times with my cigarettes while the other guards have gone out for a meal beef stake tomatoes and red wines then i will ask for your for giveness. you look at me or rather you stair at me, make a picture on my eyelids and my disks covering my ice to the pupils through the tinted lenses. i wear the sun glasses in the room so this look a stair i have said, and a beast looks from his bodied cage where pain is ma
here personally emulate christ. i'm not christian, but i could really respect that. >> reporter: donations keep the soup line going. st. joseph's takes no government money. volunteers pray quietly before opening the door to those they call their guests, and they protect their privacy. no pictures allowed once the meal begins. st. joseph's is a house of hospitality run by the catholic worker movement, started i 1933 by dorothy day. born in 1897 to a middle-class family, day dropped out of college to become a journalist and activist in new york. she wrote for socialist newspapers like "the call" and demonstrated against the first world war. she also fell in love. >> she was very young. she found she was pregnant. he said he would leave her if she didn't have an abortion, so she did and then he left her anyway. >> reporter: robert ellsberg got to know day near the end of her life and edited her letters and diaries. >> people have an idea that she was somehow sort of scary, because she looks so serious in so many pictures. the funny thing is that anybody who knew her, the primary th
and especially with the body of christ around the world. >> reporter: russian ministers hope that by shining a spotlight on these situations, they will do more to defend religious minorities in the former soviet union. >> wendy: and here with us now is sergei abuba, who works with a group to promote the gospel in the former soviet union. so great to have you on our show. >> it is a privilege to be with you. >> wendy: why are we seeing these new attacks on the religion in the former soviet union. >> since 22 years ago, things changed again. the spiritual landscape, the political landscape, economy, is changing drastically in all of those countries. the countries that once were freed from the oppression of the soviet union. and in those countries and central asia, like uzbekistan, where radical islam is coming into more effective -- in many cases, oppression. >> wendy: how is the church responding? >> as we're talking today, wendy, churches are responding tremendously. under persecution. pastors are thrown to prisons, bibles are confiscated, and bibles are destroyed in uzbekistan, but we see t
of saint james, santiago in spanish, one of christ's 12 apostles. from atop the tower at vezelay, you can still make out the old way of saint james, winding its way to spain. it's astonishing to think that hundreds of thousands of men and women made that pilgrimage during the medieval period. they undertook such arduous journeys for a multitude of reasons-- to plead for divine help, to ask for the cure of illness, to give thanks, to ask for penance. but above all they went for the salvation of their souls. to achieve the state of grace conferred by his relics, they traveled great distances on foot... by boat... on horseback... wearinge pical pilgrim'- the hat, the staff, the cockleshell symbol of saint james. but pilgrimage was not only a spiritual force, it was a dynamic, transforming element in society, enabling the exchange of ideas, goods, and especially money. there was a great deal of money to be made from pilgrimage. indeed, it was the offerings to the saints and their relics by pilgrims in their thousands that helped pay the construction costs of the great romanesque pilgrim churc
. how does the church take the gospel of jesus christ and bring it to a world today that is so caught up in the secular, so driven by other forces. he said that and secular drive and belief in god is compatible and you have to take it in your personal life and put it together. that's what he has said. that is going to be part of the challenge moving in the future. >> bret: catholic church has had things that officials said could have been handleed a lot differently from the top. >> that is part of the institution that divine and human. we follow in the pattern of the incarnate lord. the church has a spiritual devine side and it's caught up, it's wrapped up in human beings, frail as we are, regularly make mistakes. in an institution that is 2,000 years old, what counts is the continuity of the truth. we keep righting the wrongs. when as a failure we correct that failure and move on. this holy father has been a hero of that, to say the church needs constantly to be making herself as credible as possible in the world that looks to the church for some spiritual guidance. >> bret: so now you
jesus christ knocked me off my horse and i saw this bright shining light and he said, saul, saul, why do you persecute me? and he said, delivering you from the people and from the gentiles unto whom now i send you. to open their eyes and to turn them from darkness to light and from the power of satan to god. that they may receive forgiveness of sins and inheritance among them which are sanctified by faith that is in me. the biggest sin you can commit is not to believe in jesus christ, according to jesus christ. that's the biggest sin you can commit. >> next speaker. >>> hi, my name is trevor johnson. i'd like to bring an issue to the attention of the supervisors. this affects all your districts. there is literally a scourge on the streets of san francisco right now, putting all our citizens and visitors alike in danger. there are two illicitly operating taxi companies operating under the guise of ride sharing smart phone apps that have collectively over 1,000 unlicensed and underinsured vehicles operating as taxicabs in the city. both of these companies prey on the under employed and fib
od comnity brothers in christ let them teach, let them study bible, let laymen do it, too. but don't say they are the exclusive channels of grace. don't say well there's no sense coming to church if a priest isn't there to consecrate. don't say "i'm the only person who can forgive your sin, i, the priest." the priesthood in that sense is very divisive, very -- often punitive. >> rose: madeleine albright, eric goode and garry wills when we continue. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: madeleine albright is here. she was secretary of sta fro 1997 to001. her approach to american foreign policy was marked by a muscular commitment to the ideal of democracy. her story began in far away lands, she was born in czechoslovakia before the start of world war ii. she looks back at her childhood in her latest book called "prague winter: a personal story of remembrance and war." the paper back version is just out. i am pleased to have her on this program. welcome. >> wonderful to visit you. thank you. >> rose: you told me a
this way, like, you know what? i come to realize i'm jesus christ and i can do anything i want to! and watch this! bam! and he smashed into the guy right there, pinned him in between the truck! >> reporter: homeless passenger key was in the passenger seat when this all went down. >> the guy went crazy and was trying to pull the guy from underneath the car and the truck. and he tried to move the car. >> if he started driving that car around again, there would have been a lot of bodies around here. >> he kept saying he's jesus kriet and he's going to save -- christ and he's going to save all of us, and he used the n word, and we need to get them out. >> reporter: he went to the hospital for surgery for nonlife-sleng -- threatening injuries. >> he runs up and grabs one of them. like a guy that big could snap a woman's neck like a pencil stick. so i just ran up behind him with a hatchet, smash, smash, smash! >> reporter: and that's what tanya said saved her life. and key, the homeless hitchhiker, didn't care the suspect was more than 6 feet tall. >> she was in danger. he just finished
, even prison, are torturous. writing, quote,"they are only waiting for one thing, for me to deny christ, but they will never get this for me." the american center for law and justice has filed a petition for abedini's release. >> george: they are calling for the release of an american pastor detained in russia. thomas cane has been held in tula, russia, since september. officials interrogated him for several hours about the status of a foreign worker helping to build his house. cane paid a small fine and paid a thousand rubles to help the police in their work, and that's when they arrested him on charges of attempted bribery. the timing of the arrest is suspicious because pastor cane intended to open his house of joy ministry the other day. we asked his daughter about the charges. >> it doesn't amount to much, like $30 u.s. they detained hem for five months for something that seems very petty. he already paid the fine. he wasn't really asking for anything else. and it really was just an offering to them. >> wayne >> george: beverly cane says her father planned to open the house of joy a
vanity's calendar >>> crucifixion of christ. our special preview of the most dramatic moment from the new bible mini series. that is just about ten minutes away. but right now, let's go to rob and roxy. >> nancy, the nba all-star game shook up houston this weekend, and guess who was there? >> lucky me. i wasn't just there, rob. got to play a little basketball myself. it was all part of my wild b-ball weekend. >> jealous. >> i'm with beyonce courtside at the nba all-star games. hanging with the superstars. can you stand it? all in a day's work. >> from "entertainment tonight," number 34, rocsi diaz! >> but it's not all work. i laced them up and stepped on the court, competing in the celebrity all-star game. let's just say, we came in second place. worst part, i broke a nail. now the weekend is all about connecting the nba with their fans. and we're doing our part, too. y'all fans? real nba players, lebron james, dwyane wade and dwight howard used an app to take a few fan questions. >> dwayne, are you having fun in houston? >> yeah, we're having fun. got a chance to live our dream being all
japanese. families of the victims attended the ceremony at a park at central christ church. many students died when the building that houses their language school collapsed. the attendants read out the names of the victims and planted a tree in their memory. >> translator: this ceremony does not end our grief. on the contrary, this tree may even renew our sorrow. but i want to see this tree grow. >> the city of christ church will hold another memorial service on friday. >>> a cyclone is currently affecting the coast of madagascar. meteorologist robert speta is joining us with the forecast. >> yes, gene, we have been watching this for a few days create havoc across portions of madagascar with the rain pushing onshore. farther to the west near mozambique, you are seeing continuous flooding from this storm and moisture from the past several weeks. this is just going to be making the situation that much worse. the winds are now at 148 kilometers per hour, a category 1, weak category 2 equivalent of a hurricane if it was out in the atlantic. but it is starting to push off to the east. there ar
. >> yes, sir. >> about christ. >> yes, sir. >> now, when it says in revelation 22, behold i come quickly, my reward is with me. the statement is, what reward did christ receive in heaven from his father? he received a book with seven seals. >> can i interrupt you for a minute? >> sure. >> we can talk theology, but not now. >> this is life. this is life and death. the theology we go with is life and death. >> yes, sir. >> finally, after 90 minutes, a cease-fire. >> i kept hearing that and kept saying, oh, good, this is over, it's over. >> inside koresh and others have been wounded. >> you want to see one of the holes here? here's one of them. >> six branch davidians are dead. outside atf looks like an army in retreat. more than 20 agents wounded, 4 agents are dead. when you realized that not only were they shooting at you, but now you had dead federal law enforcement officers outside. >> it was a whole different ball game from that point on. we're looking to god to indicate how we play this. >> the war in waco has just begun. [ anouncer ] ihop is in time square to compare new griddle-melt
. the body of christ is the church. when he gave communion, he said, receiv receive what you are, the body of christ. when jesus offered bread at the last supper, it was his body he's offering. he didn't say i'm offering you the bread, but i'm really in the bread. it's a symbol of union but in the course of the middle ages, the bread became god. it was carried around in procession. it was put in benediction, people knelt to it, adored it, divorcing it from the meal which was an interchange between the believer and the savior. that's idolitry to treat the bread as god. >> you say the church needs leaders whether they're called priests or something else. >> as gary notes in his book, there are elders and bishops in the early church, lots of them. even if we don't call them priests, gary said there's historical reasons the early church didn't call their leaders priests because they were jews, had jewish priest, the temple was destroyed, et cetera. they still had leaders. whatever you want to call them, pasters, elders, bishops, you'll still have people with some sort of authority. that can be
spiritual discipline, great student of the bible. on his day of resignation, he said jesus christ is the real leader of the church, the true ruler of the church. i suspect he'll say something of that today. in addition to what is an energetic atmosphere, an unsettled atmosphere. the church is moving into uncharted waters beginning at 8:00 tomorrow night. and while it's great to see this enormous catholic vitality today, the flip side of that are the problems that have come to the world's attention over the past week. i think the pope wants to give words of encouragement, words of challenge, as we move into what could be a very difficult although interesting period in catholic history. >> let me ask you, liz, as someone who's been there -- and obviously you're around your students at duquesne university, you give tours around the vatican, and you live in rome, as you have for so many years, about the way it feels here. it is so different in the united states. we talk about the problems in the church, and i'm wondering what you're feeling today and what your sense is, having been ar
literally leave the table of the world for the table of christ. the monk's day is divided among worship, work, and study. food from the monastery's farm sustains over 100 monks who share everything, dress simply, and eat once a day. >> we fast half a year, 43 days before christmas, 55 days before easter, now we are in fasting time - about one month for some people in september and october, two weeks in august for the virgin mary, [inaudible] assumption, three days also before lent for some [inaudible], when he fasted three days. and every week we fast two days wednesday and friday - the memory of the crucifixion of christ. if you collect all these days, it is around 180 days - half a year. during the fasting time, we don't eat any animal production- no meat, no cheese, no eggs, no milk, no chicken - we eat vegetables and fruits during fasting time. >> silence is observed at all times. poverty, chastity, and obedience are required. >> monasticism started in egypt by st. anthony. and the before st. anthony, there were groups of people that they were scattered, but st. anthony started to p
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